Samsung Also CONFIRMS Galaxy A7 2018

Angelica Greene
November 17, 2017

But according to a new leak, Samsung's best efforts with the Galaxy S9 still might not come anywhere close to measuring up to the iPhone X.

Samsung pushed the release of its Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus nearly by a month in order to confirm its devices out of any fault.

Samsung is planning to roll out three Galaxy S9 models next year, with one of them being the long-rumored Mini version of its flagship smartphone.

Galaxy S9 'leaked' images show two reasons why Samsung fans should be very excited

In addition to being limited in-store, the deal is applicable to those who wish to activate the Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+ with Verizon Wireless or Sprint. It is in repetition from Samsung to launch its devices at MWC but previous year there was no such release from Samsung at MWC 2017 and that was because of the Note 7 Fiasco. It is said to come with an edge to edge display just like the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus but it is not yet known if it will come with an 18:9 display just like this year's Samsung flagship devices. The 2018 version of the Samsung Galaxy A7 is expected to be equipped with an Infinity display of 6 inches. Will the S9 be Samsung's lucky charm?

Ice Universe corroborated with the rumor by adding that Samsung will start mass production of the Galaxy S9 devices as early as next month. Samsung has also made a name for themselves after the Note 7 fiasco.

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